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PCANZ Exhibition

"PRINT MATTERS: Works on Paper"

Please note this is a selected exhibition.

ArtsPost Galleries : 120 Victoria Street, Hamilton

15 June – 16 July 2018

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 1 thompson

1 thompson

 7 shepheard

7 shepheard

 13 boyle

13 boyle

 19 mclellan

19 mclellan

 25 walker

25 walker

 31 tillman

31 tillman

 37 o’mahony

37 o’mahony

 43 macdonald

43 macdonald

 49 batt-ramage

49 batt-ramage

 
 2 macdougall

2 macdougall

 8 crowe

8 crowe

 14 mclellan

14 mclellan

 20 tackett

20 tackett

 26 walker

26 walker

 32 roots

32 roots

 38 park

38 park

 44 meadows

44 meadows

 
 3 macdougall

3 macdougall

 9 crowe

9 crowe

 15 ellery

15 ellery

 21 sanders-o’shea

21 sanders-o’shea

 27 smolnicki

27 smolnicki

 33 davies

33 davies

 39 anderson

39 anderson

 45 hartill

45 hartill

 
 4 hansen

4 hansen

 10 parker

10 parker

 16 churcher

16 churcher

 22 sanders-o’shea

22 sanders-o’shea

 28 webster

28 webster

 34 bright

34 bright

 40 dawson

40 dawson

 46 hartill

46 hartill

 
 5 hansen

5 hansen

 11 stoneman

11 stoneman

 17 aust

17 aust

 23 marshall

23 marshall

 29 wylie

29 wylie

 35 buedenbender

35 buedenbender

 41 anderson

41 anderson

 47 harries

47 harries

 
 6 shepheard

6 shepheard

 12 stoneman

12 stoneman

 18 giddens

18 giddens

 24 reddish

24 reddish

 30 khouri

30 khouri

 36 o’mahony

36 o’mahony

 42 macdonald

42 macdonald

 48 mortimer

48 mortimer


OVERVIEW

To coincide with the ‘Boundless’ exhibition in the Waikato Museum, the Print Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ) plan to show new ‘works on paper’ from their members. Alongside this is planned a small exhibition by guest selector Mark Graver. Print Matters: New works on paper will show the breadth of work being undertaken by members at the same time as representing various techniques, materials and print concepts. This ‘wall-based’ exhibition will usefully complement the three dimensional work that appears in Boundless and thereby extend understanding and contemporary print knowledge. 

Mark Graver is a recognised national and international artist,  an award winning artist printmaker, tutor and curator now based in Kerikeri, New Zealand. He established the Wharepuke Print Studio (NZ’s only dedicated acrylic resist etching workshop) in 2005 and, with partner Tania Booth,  Art at Wharepuke  in 2009.  In 2015 they opened the Wharepuke Sculpture Park on the same property. He is the author of the book Non-Toxic Printmaking (2011, London, A&C Black) and has sat on printmaking selection panels in China and NZ and curated international print projects in the UK and Australia  such as Parallel Prints 2013/2015, Combinations, UK 2014, RE:Print/RE:Present, UK 2015).

Mark was awarded First Prize at the 2010 Lessedra World Art Print competition in Sofia, Bulgaria. His work is held in public and private collections worldwide including the V&A Museum, London, The Ashmolean Museum, UK, and in China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico, Portugal, Turkey and the James Wallace Trust NZ. Mark has a deep interest in the challenging field of digital printmaking so will bring to his role an understanding of both traditional and contemporary modes of art practice. 

The Chartwell Gallery & Ida Carey Galleries will be a selected exhibition of new print media works. The Margo Phillips Gallery will present the work of guest curator Mark Graver. 

While in the early stages of planning, a Masterclass Print Workshop will be held at the WSA during the period. This will be presented by Dr Carole Shepheard. 

Dr Carole Shepheard:  Facilitator (caroleshepheard1@gmail.com)

Maggie Dawson:  Exhibition coordinator (maggie.dawson1@gmail.com)

Kathy Boyle:  President, PCANZ  (kathy.boyle@xtra.co.nz)